Category Archives: Internet

Raise the Bar on Home Bars

Here at Juggle, we’re no strangers to the home bar scene. In fact, we love it so much we have a bar in Juggle HQ. Really, there’s nowhere better to host a Christmas party or even better, a New Year’s … Continue reading

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Google Announces Cr-48 Chrome OS Notebook-Here’s How to Get One for Free (Maybe)

Yesterday Google had themselves a big ol’ press event all about their Chrome OS. You may recall that this is Google’s browser-based operating system “for people who spend most of their time on the web.” Not surprisingly, the highlight of … Continue reading

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The Cloud is a Lie: How Microsoft’s “To the Cloud” Commercials Confuse and Mislead

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lel3swo4RMc] If you’ve watched any television at all in the last few weeks, you’ve probably seen one of Microsoft‘s “To the Cloud” commercials. These consumer-focused ads feature ordinary folks happily going “to the cloud” when confronted with a conundrum that Windows can … Continue reading

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As Seen on the Internet: The Many Uses of Cork

Cork is a funny material. Not funny strange, but more ha-ha funny. (Unless you live in Portugal, in which case cork is serious business.) Not to get all Jerry Seinfeld on you, but what’s the deal? Cork is wood, but it’s … Continue reading

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Facebook and Twitter Leave Your Account Wide Open on Open WiFi Networks

You know that cool coffee shop down the street? Not Starbucks–the local place with the free, open WiFi? It’s a horrible place to check your Facebook wall. Remember the library? Yeah, that place with books and magazines and the WiFi? … Continue reading

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Libya Starts to Shut Down URL Shorteners, Bit.ly Raises $10 Million

In a classic example of what we might call “imperfect timing,” URL shortening service bit.ly announced today that they’d raised an additional $10 million in a just-concluded round of funding. Their blog post on the matter includes a pretty graph … Continue reading

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AOL Buys TechCruch, is Apparently Still Around. Here Are 5 Other Sites We Forgot AOL Owns.

Listen, people. We try, we really do, to stay up on most technology and Internet-related news. We’d even noticed some of the rumors about AOL and TechCrunch that were floating around yesterday, and were confirmed today when news broke that … Continue reading

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How Long Can the New Twitter and Facebook Co-Exist?

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIpD7hfffQo] Just yesterday those crazy kids at Twitter announced that a new interface would begin rolling out to users of Twitter.com shortly. To no-one’s surprise, the new variant includes images and video right on the page, so there’s no need … Continue reading

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Cancel the Internet: Justin Bieber Uses 3% of Twitter’s Capacity

We’re not usually the kind of people who tell you the sky is falling (we’ll save that for the brain eating vaccine crowd), but you might want to sit down for what we’re about to tell you. According to designer … Continue reading

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Google’s New Feature is Showing Search Results as You Type (UPDATE: It’s Called “Google Instant”)

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=979kKeC3Q3o] With all the hoopla over Google‘s home page antics over the past few days, speculation as to what it could mean in relation to today’s “can’t miss” press conference has run rampant. With just a few hours before the announcement, … Continue reading

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